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What We Were Reading While We Should Have Been Working (exist) - 287

Scott Lucas | July 23, 2014 | Lifestyle Story City Life

Lessons From Four Years Covering SF Music: "The story of San Francisco music right now is largely about the extent to which its artists can hang on in a city whose rents seem to know no bounds." [SF Weekly]

What Your Workout Says About Your Social Class: How the other half lifts. [Pacific Standard]

Man Shot to Death Near Where President Was Staying: Just one block away. [SFist]

Irony Is Dead: There's a startup called "Socialist." [Valleywag]

Treasure Island's Hidden Wineries: Delicious. [SF Weekly]

Bernal's Million-Dollar Party House: An abandoned house attracts the party crowd. [Bernalwood]

Why SF's Soda Tax Would Be Better Policy Than Berkeley's: An argument that dedicated funding, like in the City's proposal, will fare better than a general fund levy, like in Berkeley's. [LA Times]

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